The Ohio Fidlar eByte – June 2018
Geauga County Enters Partnership with Fidlar Technologies
- Geauga County enters partnership with Fidlar
- AVID integrates multiple recording functions
- iNSPECT advances data consistency
- Workflow efficiencies advance customer service
- Exclusive dedication to the Recorder’s Office
Fidlar is pleased to announce Geauga County Recorder’s Office as its newest County Partner in Ohio. As they enter into their partnership, Recorder Sharon Gingerich and staff will begin processing documents with the highly integrated recording system, AVID. The system combines the components of document imaging, redaction, eRecording functions and more, eliminating the need for third-party resources. With these functions located conveniently together, AVID provides an enhanced ability to smoothly operate.
Along with numerous other components, staff members will have the assisted-indexing feature, iNSPECT, at their disposal. When applied to AVID, iNSPECT greatly increases recording accuracy while decreasing the chances of typographical error. The iNSPECT software and other modular components are developed in-house by Fidlar allowing for them to be properly maintained and updated for our County Partner offices.
Geauga County will soon be able to make improvements upon their office workflow and the efficiencies they can provide to constituents. The AVID recording system’s scan-first workflow largely reduces paper shuffle, permitting the user to work from the digital image. Workflow techniques like such as these are suggested by Fidlar – to increase the user’s ability to perform their duties. Our experience with and longtime dedication to the Recorder’s Office permits that we continue to deliver innovative and robust tools to every partner.
“Geauga County Recorder’s Office is pleased to become Fidlar’s newest Partner in the state. We sought a vendor that will provide both a sound product and exceptional support for that product; with Fidlar, I feel we’ve found just that. We look forward to implementing Fidlar software in the office and to joining the existing Ohio County Partners. – Sharon Gingerich, Geauga County Recorder